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Victor Henri - bibliography

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Biography

French physical chemist, born june, 6, 1872, Marseille; died June 21, 1940.

Bibliography

Alfred Binet, P. Courtier and V. Henri
Introduction à la psychologie expérimentale. Paris, 1894.

Alfred Binet and Victor Henri:
La fatigue intellectuelle. Paris, 1898.

V. Henri:
Théorie générale de l’action de quelques diastases.
Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des se?ances de l’Acade?mie des sciences, Paris, December 15, 1902, 135: 916-919.

V. Henri:
Lois Générales de l’Action des Diastases. Paris, Hermann, 1903.

V. Henri:
Physique moléculaire: matière et énergie. Paris : Hermann & cie. 1933. 436 pages.

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